Updated November 30, 2017
We use Google Analytics and Tag Manager to track what our website visitors do
This is a fact we don’t try to hide in any way. It is quite openly visible in the source code of our website, which you can view using the developer options of Google’s Chrome browser. We do this in order to understand what content our website visitors like and what they possibly don’t find interesting. We can then put more efforts into creating content that is appreciated and is ideally also generating business for us. Likewise, we can put less focus on creating content that doesn’t seem to interest anybody and doesn’t seem to further our business. You can read all about Google’s privacy here (https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/), but that’s quite a long story. We can therefore more briefly ensure you that we do not get any personal information about you, not even an IP address, using Google’s tracking tools. We only see things like ‘this many (just a number) people have visited this page’, ‘that many clicked that link’ and ‘according to Google’s data that we have no access to, this many of our website visitors are located in the UK’. The same principle applies to other tracking tools and cookies that we may take in use. They give us valuable information about what our visitors have viewed and interacted with while at our website, but no info about who our website visitors are (read more at aboutcookies.org).
We would like you to fill out our contact form and/or an application form for an open position at our company
These actions will naturally send us the information about yourself that you enter into the form. By submitting a form you grant us the right to store the information that you give us and any additional information that you may give to us in follow-up communication. Still, we only store what is necessary for the relationship with you and will delete it all when we no longer have any need for it. EU’s GDPR regulation grants you the right to at any point in time and at no charge:
- Ask to see what personal information we have about you – all of it.
- Correct any information about you that may have changed.
- Get the personal information transferred, but this not that applicable for our service.
- Restrict in some way the utilization of the personal information that we have about you.
- ‘To be forgotten’, meaning that all info about you will be eradicated.
There is a lot of legal text behind all this that you can read in a more easily approachable format in (https://gdpr-info.eu/). A convenient way to contact us regarding this can be found on our web page with the topic ‘Contact Us’.
What we do with the personal information about you
If you represent a company that is our client or a potential future client of our company, we will enter your information into our customer relationship management system in order to contact you more easily. We may also add personal information about some of your colleagues when such is shared with us, if the business relationship between our companies benefit from it. When the relationship gets deeper, we may produce contracts and other documentation with your name and possibly other information on them, still the minimum amount of personal information needed. These documents will primarily be stored in cloud services utilized by our company, and these may reside outside of the EU/EEA.
Data privacy and security
As a company providing web services for larger corporations and public administration, we consider ourselves experts regarding data privacy and data security. Without privacy and security regarding personal information there is no trust between us, which is a poor foundation for a relationship. We therefore keep ourselves informed of the evolution in data privacy and security and utilize the solutions that are at the same time most secure and most suitable for our needs. In case of a data breach, we will inform the subjects of the personal data compromised as soon as possible after detecting the breach. We will then cooperate with the persons in question to minimize any possible harm from the breach.